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Re: Tools to examine build logs?

rpmbuild -ba blahblub 2> error.log

just splitting stderr off the regular output.

kind regards,
Rudolf Kastl

On Jan 25, 2008 11:51 AM, Michael Schwendt
<mschwendt tmp0701 nospam arcor de> wrote:
> What do you use to search build logs for the various warnings printed by
> "configure", the compiler and other tools?
> For a long time I've used the following simple shell function for building
> from source rpms and automatically collecting the output in log files:
> function rpmb {
>     name=$(rpm -qp --qf %{name} $1)
>     ver=$(rpm -q --whatprovides redhat-release --qf %{version})
>     logname=build.$name.$ver.log
>     echo "Build for:" $(cat /etc/redhat-release) | tee -a $logname
>     rpmbuild --rebuild $1 2>&1 | tee -a $logname
>     #rpmblstrip.pl $logname > $logname.stripped
> }
> The last line tried to grep various warnings plus a few things like
> "yes/no" feature status output from configure scripts, saving the time
> needed to skim over build logs. I messed it up when adding to it commands
> to watch for PIC builds and no-%optflags builds. That's why it is disabled.
> So, what do you use to examine build logs from mock or plain rpmbuild?
> Do you always display the complete logs?
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